My niece came to visit for a day of bonding. Being a child with her own iPhone, she is technologically talented. Being a good Aunt, I gave her a bookmark with a slogan “Think before you click!” She got the idea but she has short selective memory.
While at my place, she was taking photos and video especially the cats. No idea whether I was in it because I was busy entertaining her Mother until I saw her very intent with what she took, played with it a bit and clicked!
Curiosity got a hold of me and asked her what she just did. ‘Oh, nothing’, she said: a typical answer from a juvenile.
I was horrified what happened when I just gave her lesson on Clicking 101.
The interrogation started between me and Lucy.
‘It’s one of those things that when you send it, it’s gone.’
‘WHAT! Who did you send it to?’
‘Really, now? Show ME!.’
Finally, her mother intervened and said it’s okay.
Checking her Mom’s iPhone, this is the photo she sent. Her selfie and Lucy when they were three or four years old posted on my fridge.
Apparently, this is the new craze out there. Gosh, I cannot keep up with technology. I suppose, I am lucky that I don’t have a cell phone: a good excuse not to learn. But apparently, I can use my iPad.
Lucy, show me how to use it on my iPad. Please.
And she was more than pleased to teach me Snapshot 101.